The Journal of Threat Intelligence and Incident Response is a peer reviewed journal that publishes original research and findings in the domains of threat intelligence and incident response. It bridges the gap between industry practitioners and academia, provides a forum for domain experts to share research that informs decisions, helps to prove or disprove theories, and grow and evolve research in related industries. It publishes articles relating to the following aspects of threat intelligence and incident response:

  • Threat detection and hunting
  • Ethics of threat intelligence and incident response
  • Reverse engineering
  • Cyber threat attribution
  • Tools
  • Intelligence tradecraft
  • Data sources and collection
  • Intelligence requirements and elicitation
  • Intelligence dissemination and utilization
  • Intelligence-led Incident Response
  • See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

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